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It's the opposite of Rapinoe, who has been an outspoken activist for LGBTQ rights and famously followed Colin Kaepernick's lead to kneel during the National Anthem last season.
"Sue has the same convictions about her life and the things she believes in as I do but, I think, does it in a different way," Rapinoe said.
After being a standout basketball player at UConn and spending 15 years in the WNBA, Sue Bird is ready to let the world in on her secret. She decided to wait until now to come out because now “feels right.” NJ teen comes out as gay, parents throw surprise pride party “So even though I understand there are people who think I should have done it sooner, it wasn't right for me at the time. “We have a lot in common and just sort of clicked,” Rapinoe told espn W. The former Christ the King prep star won two NCAA championships, two WNBA titles and four Olympic gold medals. Women’s National Team, including the 2015 World Cup.
In an interview with espn W, Bird revealed that she is gay and is currently dating U. Bird is currently in her 15th season with the Seattle Storm.
On Monday (April 17), the center released screenshots of in-app conversations dated Feb.
15 showing a discussion between two soldiers about exchanging photos and which military units they serve in.
That was never the case for me." As for the timing of her revelation, Bird said, "It's happening when it's happening because that's what feels right.
These aren't secrets to people who know me," Bird told ESPN's Mechelle Voepel. I think people have this assumption that if you're not talking about it, you must be hiding it, like it's this secret.
It’s a crime for Korean soldiers to engage in consensual homosexual acts, but that’s not true of same-sex relations; outside the army, same-sex relations are legal but not widely accepted.For a magazine's questionnaire ahead of the Games titled "25 things you don't know about Olympians," she said, "I literally had at No. I chickened out." She subsequently was listening to a reporter talk with U. teammate Elena Delle Donne about how the basketball star had recently come out, and Bird was struck by how there was "no big deal" about that conversation.